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Valid

Correct for an argument in logic.

Value

The quantity that is the result of applying an algebraic expression to some given numerical number. For example, 9 is the value of the expression 2x2 -x +3 for x = 2.

Variable

Any number in a given set, usually represented by a letter (or symbol). For example, , x is the variable and the set (domain) consists of all real numbers.

Volume

The volume of a geometric solid is the mesaure of the space contained in the solid. Geometric formulas

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